Grand Forks photographer Russ Hons checked out his feathered friends Tuesday night, and here’s what he found. (Check out more photos from Russ Hons here.)
From turkeys to eagles to ducks to swans to deer, photographer Russ Hons has it all covered. (Check out more photos from Russ Hons here.)
Grand Forks photographer Russ Hons has been out and about this past week, and wouldn’t you know he found some wildlife in front of his camera. (Check out more photos from Russ Hons here.)
Spring has arrived in the Red River Valley, but vestiges of winter remain as these recent wildlife images from Grand Fork photographer Michael Bogert bear out.
Grand Forks photographer Russ Hons recently spent some time on a lake in northern Minnesota. Here are some of the sights he captured. (Check out more photos from Russ Hons here.
Grand Forks photographer Russ Hons has an eye for wildlife, and these images provide the proof. (Check out more photos from Russ Hons here.)
Grand Forks photography recently took a stroll along the English Coulee in Grand Forks a day after a storm rolled through and captured these spectacular shots.
Grand Forks photographer Michael Bogert has discovered that it’s not unusual in the springtime to find waterfowl in flooded fields, sloughs and ponds in northeastern North Dakota
Spring is the time of romance, as Grand Forks photographer Russ Hons discovered recently while on the roads of northwestern Minnesota, where he captured these images of mating geese and cranes and a bald caring for a nest.
Peregrine falcons have been showing up in Grand Forks since 2005. This is one of the falcons that is nesting in the water tower on the campus of the University of North Dakota. It could be Marv, the patriarch of Grand Forks’ peregrine clan the past couple of years. Named after Marv Bossart, a Fargo TV personality who died in 2013, …
A good indicator that spring has arrived is the appearance of animals that have either gone south in the fall or the emergency of those that have made themselves scarce during the long winter. Canada geese are among the former and moose the latter. Bald eagles, however, can be counted in both groups. Some winter along the Red River of the North, while …
Here are some of the images caught the eye of Bloomington, Minn., photographer Dave Vorland in the last month of 2016.
Grand Forks photographer Russ Hons has an eye for wildlife, so it’s no surprise that he recently visited the Minnesota Zoo in Apple Valley and the Como Park Zoo and Marjorie McNeely Conservatory in St. Paul. The Minnesota Zoo, which opened in May 1978, is a state agency that has been a destination home to more than 4,700 animals — many endangered …
Since the 1930s, beginning with our great-grandfather’s clan, family members have heard wolves howl, grouse drum, deer blow, coyotes yip and bark, owls hoot, frogs croak. Then, there are the frequent, mysterious and sometimes scary unidentified critters who scream or moan or bray worse than almost all of our impressive presidential candidates. Most of the time we hear the sounds …
JIM FUGLIE: View From The Prairie — Protecting Humans, Critters and the Little Missouri River Valley
U.S. Highway 85 is North Dakota’s deadliest highway. If you’re not familiar with it, it is the road that runs north and south along the western edge of the state, from our border with Canada to our border with South Dakota, through the North Dakota Bad Lands, some of the state’s most scenic and fragile landscapes. Even though it passes …
JIM FUGLIE: View From The Prairie — Whither The Meadowlark? A Message For North Dakotans Who Enjoy The Outdoors
Here’s a question for some of you who spend a lot of time in the outdoors in the fall: How was your pheasant season? “Good enough, I guess,” would be my response. All of us who hunt pheasants in North Dakota are loathe to say anything gloomier than that, because saying “It wasn’t all that great” might mean admitting: We …
The beauty of the Black Hills of South Dakota includes tons of wildlife, Crazy Horse and, of course, Mount Rushmore.
Day 6 of our recent travels took us back through the northern part of Yellowstone National Park, and after a family lunch in the old gold mining town of Cooke City, Mont., we said our goodbyes and headed to Cody, Wyo., and across northern Wyoming to Buffalo. More beautiful landscapes, and lots of wildlife, including elk right in town at …
Day 2 was another amazing day in Yellowstone National Park. More beautiful scenery and beautiful animals.
Day 1 at Yellowstone was amazing. Beautiful scenery, beautiful animals (even if they are shedding their winter coats and just starting to regrow antlers).
While driving to Thief River Falls, Minn., this morning, I was able to observe lots of birds, including ducks, geese, eagles, and cranes.
I caught some early spring residents (actually, some of them tough it out all winter) while I was wandering around Mercer (N.D.) County one pleasant Saturday afternoon. They include a horned lark, meadowlark, ring-billed gull and Canada goose.